Nikon announced its 2020–21 Nikon Photo Contest

All tend to stay at home during the novel coronavirus case. Government bodies across the globe have imposed certain restrictions keeping the virus spreading in mind. In fact, other countries such as China and Australia are battling the second wave of COVID-19. In such situations, it’s better to look for opportunities and engage virtually.

All tend to stay at home during the novel coronavirus case. Policy bodies across the globe have placed such restrictions that hold the virus spreading in mind. In fact, other countries such as China and Australia are battling the second wave of COVID-19. In these cases it is easier to look for openings and digitally interact. The Nikon Photo Contest was held for the first time in the year 1969. The organization has since brought other photo-takers and filmmakers together through this project. Interested persons from different countries may participate and apply their work according to the categories specified.

There were roughly 98,000 entries for last year’s photo contest, Nikon Photo Contest 2018-2019. “Approximately 33,000 photographers from 170 countries and regions across the globe submitted 97,369 works,” Nikon reported on its official website. Looking at past winning submissions, we find that designers have various prizes and categories to submit their work. For one single photo, there’s a Next Generation Award, and a photo story. So there is a single photo Open Prize, and a photo story. There is a category of short film competitions, including prizes for gold, silver and bronze.